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"#The Bachelorette" finale airs Monday and #rachel lindsay makes her #Final pick. She'll face some emotional turmoil as she decides which of her final two is the best man to move forward with. Who does she want to be with and will she follow her heart or be pragmatic in the end?

Rachel "torn" over finalist, runner-up

According to a source speaking to Life & Style magazine, Rachel Lindsay's last episode on "The Bachelorette" is dubbed the "proposal from hell." The insider reveals that the runner-up looks "great on paper," is hot, and shares great chemistry with Rachel, but he has reservations about putting a ring on it. Sound like Peter Knaus? The source spills that this is what makes Rachel ask herself if he's truly the one she's supposed to be with.

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The guy who Rachel pick is also good-looking and has great chemistry with her, but Rachel isn't sure about his sincerity. A separate source goes on to say that Rachel Lindsay is skeptical about him being on the show for the right reasons. His "suave" demeanor bordered on overkill, so she automatically wonders if he was on "The Bachelorette" for the right reasons.

Viewers have watched Rachel mention in her interviews on the show that she thought with Bryan Abasolo's good looks and charisma that it was a little too good to be true. He always did and said the right things.

Finale preview has lots of tears

Rachel's engagement takes place at the San Vicente de la Sonsierra Castle in Spain. As seen in the preview below, Rachel battles her share of tears in the process of choosing her man. Rachel tells her final three that she didn't go on "The Bachelorette" to find a boyfriend but to get a proposal.

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She doesn't want to repeat what she's done in past relationships. In talking with Peter, she's in tears and tells him she doesn't know what to say. He's also wiping tears away as they have an emotional conversation. Time is running out and he has to figure out fast if he wants the 32-year-old attorney as his wife.

As the video shows it's an emotional finale. It won't be an easy time for her as she has to say goodbye to two men -- the overnight dates will continue with an elimination. Eric Bigger will allegedly be eliminated in the episode, leaving Peter Kraus and Bryan Abasolo as the final two competing for the last rose. Will Peter be ready for marriage and is Bryan sincere in his feelings for Rachel?

"The Bachelorette" 2017 finale airs at 8 p.m., ET/PT on ABC Monday, August 7.